Inter Continue to Stay in Touch with Gladbach Star

Bayern Munich have reportedly offered a mammoth contract to sign Marcus Thuram at the end of the season, but Inter haven’t abandoned all hopes of onboarding him. Their executives have scheduled another meeting with his entourage to try to sway him, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs.

Their officials will follow up on the summit they had with the Sport Cover agency in Doha after the World Cup. In the previous one, it transpired that the attacker didn’t want to transfer in January and that the offer by the Bavarians would be robust. But it hasn’t been accepted yet. The Nerazzurri will try to exploit the crease.

Inter are well aware they can’t match the proposal the Bundesliga giants tendered to Thuram. The parties haven’t even gone into detail on the wages yet. However, they can guarantee consistent minutes and a starring role.

The Nerazzurri don’t have many certainties up front. They are open to offers for Joaquin Correa. Edin Dzeko is on an expiring contract, and they will have to negotiate with Chelsea to bring back Romelu Lukaku. Finally, cashing in on Lautaro Martinez is always a possibility if their finances need it.

Our Take on Inter and Thuram

The fact that he doesn’t seem in a hurry to make a decision gives them a chance. However, all ultimately tends to come down to money in these instances. Some outlets suggested he wasn’t too keen on Bayern because he wants to play on the wing and not centrally, but that is what he would do with La Beneamata, which is much less fluid tactically than their fearsome competitors.

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